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now at 7-- hillary clinton and donald trump take the debate stage-- going head to head tonight. what we can expect to hear at the first presidential debate. plus.. the man accused of shooting a five year old girl to death is expected in court today. the latest on his upcoming jury trial. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather behind yesterdays cold front, we have cooled down noticeably. highs today will stay in the upper 60s. we expect a strong breeze from the west at 10-20mph and gusts into the 30s. showers return on tuesday as the low slips back into our area. temperatures continue to cool with overnight lows in the 40s and day time highs in the low 60s. we stay cooler than average through the week and only get back to near normal by friday and into the weekend. today: breezy and cooler. winds get gusty at times. high: 68 dewpoint: 41 wind: w 10-25 mph tonight: t-storms ending. low: 46 dewpoint: 43 nd: w 5-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with
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anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays hillary clinton and donald trump go head to head tonight in the first presidential debate. as many as potential voters expected to watch tonight's debate. angelica joins us now with more on what we can expect. tonight's debate is at hofstra university in new york. and it's been a long time coming... clinton's campaign has made no secret of her rigorous prep work...while trump has been doing his own prep work, reportedly in the form of long policy. the debate comes as both candidates are viewed negatively by large numbers of americans....with clinton facing questions about her
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temperament to be president. both sides say they want a serious discussion of issues. pence says: "we need to step away from efforts by hillary clinton and others to paint law enforcement in this country with the broad brush of racial bias. donald trump and i don't believe that the law enforcement in this country is a force for racism or division." kaine: when there's division, when there's separation, when there's a golf in the community between the community and law enforcement serving the community that's speaks spanish officers when there's a gulf. after tonight, clinton and trump face off again in just under two weeks. and you can watch the debate right here on fox6. our coverage starts tonight at 8. voting for the november election gets underway today in milwaukee. and this year...the city's election commission is offering more
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corinthios is live from the zeidler building downtown with more. starting today at 10 am...milwaukee residents who are already registered to vote...can come to the zeilder building...and cast their ballot for the presidential race. for the next two weeks...early voting will only be offered at the zeidler building. then starting october 10... voters will also be able to go to the midtown shopping center on the north side and the forest home library on the south side. the city is expectn thousand and five thousand people per day at these sites. earlier this year -- a federal judge struck down certain voting restrictions -- saying it'll give voters more time to cast their ballot. so city of milwaukee officials were able to offer expanded early voting hours...and more locations. this will amount to 725 hours of early voting hours...versus 110 in the 2014 general election. that is a 600 percent increase. now the only restriction on early in-person voting is that
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election early voting hours this week are 10 am to 6 pm monday through friday at the zeilder building. remember...the voter i-d law is in effect. reporting live in milwaukee dc fox6 news. the marquette university police department issuing a campus alert after two robberies and an attempted robbery. yesterday... a female student says a man wrestled her phone out of her hand and ran away. her phone was later suspect was not. in the second case... a man who is not a student was walking on campus... when another man rode up on a bike and grabbed his wallet. a brief fight followed... and the victim suffered minor injuries. and then a suspect approached a woman and demanded property... but nothing was taken before he fled. anyone with information is asked to call police. developing overnight... the red cross is helping two families after a fire. nicole/dgx the red cross says it is currently helping 3 adults and 6 children after a structure fire near 29th and lisbon. dgx no word yet as
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fire or if anyone was injured. stay with fox 6 and fox 6 now dot com for the latest updates. one of the men charged in connection with laylah petersen's death will stand trial today. petersen was five years old when she was shot and killed inside her home in november 20-14. police say 21-year-old carl barrett junior and arlis gordon were looking for revenge and opened fire on the wrong house. their alleged getaway driver has also been charged. barrett's trial is scheduled to begin at 8-15 this morning. 9-year-old accidentally shot by his 6-year-old brother last week. the 6-year-old's father now faces two charges in the case...and is in custody. dominique phillips faces two charges -- including possession of a firearm by a felon...and leaving a loaded firearm near a child. the boys' mother nicole jackson has also been charged for leaving a loaded firearm out. she appeared in court over the weekend. a criminal complaint says this may have not been the first time the 6-year-old had his hands on the gun. milwaukee mayor tom barrett's expected to unveil his vision
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and we're getting an idea of what to expect. the largely abandoned manufacturing sector known as "century city" is expected to be a focal point of the mayor's budget. it will also include a commitment to the city's neighborhoods, higher levels of funding for police staffing and investment in city development and health initiatives. the presentation happening this morning at 9. the packers bounce back from a rough game against the vikings... to defeat the detroit lions in green bay... for the home opener. the packers won 34 to 27... and the end. the team now has a bye week... before playing against the new york giants at lambeau field on october 9th. we'll give you a full recap the packers' win coming up in about a half hour. the world of sports is mourning after the loss of a "the king." if it wasn't for arnold palmer i don't think the pga tour what it would be today. still to come-- we take a look at the legacy of arnold palmer-- as people continue to mourn his death. plus-- celebs are always trying
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your age all together. the new law that is bringing changes to a popular hollwood site. carl is walking the plank to the racine masonic center today.
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wakeup news. behind yesterdays cold front, we have cooled down noticeably. highs today will stay in the upper 60s. we expect a strong breeze from the west at 10-20mph and gusts into the 30s. showers return on tuesday as the low slips back into our area. temperatures continue to cool with overnight lows in the 40s and day time highs in the low 60s. we sta through the week and only get back to near normal by friday and into the weekend. today: breezy and cooler. winds get gusty at times. high: 68 dewpoint: 41 wind: w 10-25 mph tonight: t-storms ending. low: 46 dewpoint: 43 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with showers likely by the afternoon. high: 62 dewpoint: 43 wind: wnw 10-20 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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the golfing community is remembering arnold palmer this morning... the man who took golf from country clubs to the mainstream died after complications from heart problems. he was 87 years old. the latrobe, pennsylvania native first picked up a pair of clubs at the age of three and learned the sport from his father.. palmer won more than 90 golf tournaments. he was also the first golfer to earn a million dollars while putting on the greens. palmer turned his golfing success into an extensive empire, which included being a co-founder of the golf channel. successful golfer of all time he's definetly the one that will leave the lasting legacy i think of all sports over the past century i'm not sure if anyone's gonna leave a legacy quite like arnold palmer. the ceo of arnold palmer enterprises says palmer was admitted to a hospital thursday for some cardiovascular work and weakened over the last few days. and a loss in the baseball community as well... the miami
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boating accident sunday. authorities say he was with two others when their 32-foot vessel slammed into a jetty off miami beach. none of the three were wearing a life vest. officials don't believe alcohol or drugs were factors. fernandez was 24 years old... and was expecting his first child with his pregnant girlfriend. "its amazing to see the community support." 15-thousand people packing lincoln memorial drive for the 18th annual susn cure." milwaukees race for the cure event is the largest fundraser for the komen foundation's southeast wisconsin branch -- raising more than 1-million dollars last year. the money goes to help women diagnose and treat breast cancer. in the past 17 years -- the milwaukee run has raised more than 14-million dollars -- with 10-million of that staying right here in the area. the racine art museum has its biggest fundraiser of the year coming up in a few weeks. and it promises to be a night unlike any other. carl joins us
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we have cooled down noticeably. highs today will stay in the upper 60s. we expect a strong breeze from the west at 10-20mph and gusts into
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low slips back into our area. temperatures continue to cool with overnight lows in the 40s and day time highs in the low 60s. we stay cooler than average through the week and only get back to near normal by friday and into the weekend. winds get gusty at times. high: 68 dewpoint: 41 wind: w 10-25 mph tonight:
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wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with showers likely by the afternoon. high: 62 dewpoint: 43 wind: wnw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. am low: 47 high: 62 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 66 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low:
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mph saturday: partly sunny. slight chance of showers. am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: ne 5-10 mphbehind yesterdays cold front, we have today will stay in the upper 60s. we expect a strong breeze from the west at 10-20mph and gusts into the 30s. showers return on tuesday as the low slips back into our area. temperatures continue to cool with overnight lows in the 40s and day time highs in the low 60s. we stay cooler than average through the week and only get back to near normal by friday and into the weekend. today: breezy and cooler. winds get gusty at times. high: 68 dewpoint: 41 wind: w 10-25 mph tonight: t-storms ending. low: 46 dewpoint: 43 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with showers likely
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dewpoint: 43 wind: wnw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostlyoudy. ne 55pthursday: mostlynny. am w ne 5-10 mph friday: mostlynny. 5- h saturday: partly nny. ight chance oshowers. low:g x.... st a reminder....fox 6 is collecting coats for kids... to keep them rm this winter. you can jo in... just by going through your closet today. slightly used winter cos in l sizes - kids and adults - can be donatedtnof ouronsor loc details - simply head tox6now.c. time to find out who's turning six.... zoey from west allis is ready to celebrate! she likes swimming, shopping and going to the park. happy birthday to olivia in sussex! se reading and wearing "fancy" clothes. here's a great smile from nariah in milwaukee! she likes singing, writing and playing with her big sister. there are presents for marcel in milwaukee! he likes school, computers and going camping! hey isabella in slinger, wake up! it's your birthday! she likes playing outside, reading and playing house. and a big happy birthday to brody in pewaukee! he likes waterskiing, soccer and downhill skiing. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on
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welcome back to wakeup! time now 7:xx partly sunny, breezy and cooler today with highs in the
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gets today next. the ages of some of your favorite actors and actresses may be a little more tough to find on i-m-d-b. subscription websites used by entertainment employers will have to remove date of birth info from profiles if requested to do so. that's thanks to a new law signed by the governor of california. the screen actors guild supports the law, saying it will help halt age discrimination. the internet association issued a statement saying it is "disappointed" with the new law. played my part, kept you in the dark now let me show you the shape of my heart backstreet's back! the backstreet boys are going to make their home in vegas for part of next year. the group announced
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planet hollywood hotel and casino. the series consists of 18 dates between march first and july first. tickets go on sales saturday. the backstreet boys are the latest music act to stage residency gigs in las vegas. mariah carey, britney spears, boyz to men and jennifer lopez all currently hold court on the las vegas strip we still have a little over a month before the november elections-- but today some will make their choice
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vote-- as early voting opens today. plus-- a woman in critical condition after a shooting in in milwaukee. we'll have the details on the investigation. here's a live look at... you're watching fox 6 wakeup news-- milwaukee's only local news from
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nominee "hillary clinton is the voice for global special interests." hillary clinton / d presidential nominee "he is not just unprepared. he is temperamentally unfit." now at 7-30.. the first presidential debate of the season is in new york tonight... what we can expect to hear from the candidates. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx behind yesterdays cold front, we have cooled down noticeably. highs today will stay in the upper 60s. we expect a strong breeze from the west at 10-20mph and gusts into the 30s. showers return on tuesday as the low slips back into our area. temperatures continue to cool with overnight lows in the 40s and day time highs in the low 60s. we stay cooler than average through the week and only get back to near normal by friday and into the weekend. today: breezy and cooler. winds get gusty at times. high: 68 dewpoint: 41 wind: w 10-25 mph tonight: t-storms ending. low: 46 dewpoint: 43 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with showers likely by the afternoon. high: 62
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anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays right now out of an active shooter situation in west houston. we're taking a live look at the scene right now. medical and police crews are on scene. at this time, the shooting scene is believed to be contained, but residents are asked to please avoid the area . stick with fox6 for the latest. we are bracing now for what may be one of the most watched
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first presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton. it all takes place at hofstra university in hempstead, new york, and that's where doug luzader has more this morning. it's hard to imagine just how many eyes are going to be watching what takes place in this building tonight -- but this debate comes just as polls show that the race between hillary clinton and donald trump is tightening. one stage... two podiums... ninety minutes on the clock. that's what donald trump and hillary clinton will be first debate. both have been preparing.. with clinton taking several days off the trail, her campaign manager confident that her experience and preparations will show through. mook says: "we're going to have a lot of people really tuning into this election for the first time. they're going to see these two candidates on stage. i think they're going to see that donald trump is unfit, unprepared, and over his head. i doubt he will have a command of the issues." on-cam and there's been a lot of talk about how clinton will try to provoke trump, and one method involves the
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trump critic mark cuban to sit here. trump fired back that gennifer flowers, who was linked romantically to former president bill clinton should be here to - something the campaign later said wont happen. and for trump, it may be all about temperament tonight. conway says: "a victory for donald trump tomorrow night is answering the questions and showing america that he's ready to be president and commander in chief on day one." part of that is about looking presidential, wi campaign releasing a photo of a meeting yesterday with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. clinton met with him, too, both keenly aware of how much is at stake tonight. rollins says: "with a potential 100 million people watching and 8 percent that are still undecided, you could move 4, 5, or 6 million people in this debate and that's enough to win this thing." on-cam and now by some estimates, there may be a hundred million people watching this debate tonight. if that's true, it would set a new record. the previous high water mark was the 1980 debate between carter and reagan ...
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luzader, fox news. you can watch the debate right here on fox6 starting at 8. and there's several watch parties throughout our area tonight. angelica joins us with the details. democrats and republicans-- both hosting watch parties across our area tonight. clinton supporters will be gathering at the democratic candidate's campaign office in milwaukee. more than 50 watch parties for clinton will be taking place across the state. be watching the debate across the state as well. a watch party being held at field office in waukesha. and wisconsin will be a campaign stop for both parties this week. donald trump's running mate -- mike pence -- will be in waukesha tomorrow -- visiting weldall manufacturing. trump himself will rally supporters at the waukesha county expo center on wednesday. stumping for hillary clinton-- anne holton will be in wisconsin on thursday. she's the wife of the
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kaine. and chelsea clinton will make a stop on friday. both democratic delegates are expected to release more details about their trips in the next few days. november 8th is still more than a month away...but today...milwaukee residents can cast their vote for president. early voting begins today. deandra corinthios is live from the zeidler building downtown with the details the city of milwaukee is able to offer longer hours and more early voting sites tha i because a federal judge struck down certain voting restrictions... the city of milwaukee expects about 60 thousand voters to cast their ballots before the general election in november. this time there is a 600 percent increase in early voting hours. 725...instead of 110 compared to the 2014 general election. for the next two weeks...early voting will only be offered at the zeidler
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will also be able to go to the midtown shopping center on the north side and the forest home library on the south side. a reminder...the photo i-d law is in effect for this election... and you can only vote early if you are already registered to vote. early voting here runs 10 to 6 pm this week. they vary by municipality so check with yours before you head out to vote. reporting live in milwaukee dc fox6 news. cudahy police investigating a stabbing. police say a 35-year-old ma was taken to the hospital and later released. a 41-year-old man was taken into custody at the scene. authorities not saying what led up to the stabbing. the investigation is ongoing. a woman is in critical condition this morning... after a shooting on milwaukee's west side. it happened a little before 11 sunday morning near 26th and michigan. the 47-year-old victim was found in a home. police say they're still investigating the circumstances. officials in milwaukee investigating a drowning. the fire department pulled a man out of the water around 7
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hospital but died. the medical examiner's office is calling it a drowning. they don't consider the case suspicious. the packers back in action at lambeau field for their season opener at home. rodgers and the packers offense looked incredible in the first half. aaron matched a career high with 4 td passes before intermission. the packers take a 2 and 1 record into the bye.34-27. tim van vooren has more from green bay. "last sunday night, aaron rodgers was erratic, the packers lost. on wednesday, aaron rodgers was defiant. he's gonna get things back together. on sunday afternoon, he proved he was right. four things back together. on sunday afternoon, he proved he was right. four touchdown passes in the first half alone against the lions. i care about winning, and also what it feels like. we need to harness that feeling that we had in the first half and keep doing that stuff. he was himself. that's what he does. he was executing. i think we stayed balanced as an offense. he moved around in the pocket a bit and hit randall to get us going on the first drive. he played well today, he played well.
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confidence that's what we will see the rest of the season. aaron played well today, he played very well. rodgers once again up over 100 on the passer rating, that stat erased. no turnovers, that stat is in his favor. and on the scoreboard the packers beat the lions, also in his favor. at lambeau field, tim vanvooren, fox6 sports." plus-- need sound financial advice? don't go to your parents, broker, or friends. just ask your robot adviser-- contact 6 will show you the possible future of financial planning. and free pizza for an entire year! interested? just ahead-- the amazing perks one woman
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. behind yesterdays cold front, we have cooled down noticeably. highs today will stay in the upper 60s. we expect a strong breeze from the west at 10-20mph and gusts into the 30s. showers return on tuesday as the low slips back into our area. temperatures continue to cool with overnight lows in the 40s and day time
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cooler than average through the week and only get back to near normal by friday and into the weekend. today: breezy and cooler. winds get gusty at times. high: 68 dewpoint: 41 wind: w 10-25 mph tonight: t-storms ending. low: 46 dewpoint: 43 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with showers likely by the afternoon. high: 62 dewpoint: 43 wind: wnw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. am low: 47 high: 62 dewpoint: 49 wind: ne 5-15 h thursday: mostly sunny dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays one- day "gifts to the community" event is coming up on saturday, october 15th. on that day, there's free admission to these four lakefront sites. while getting into those spots next month is free -- we want the fun to continue for you and your
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four-packs" to the milwaukee art museum that we want to give away! how do you win? email "win- at- fox- 6- now- dot- com" -- with the subject line "art." the contest ends "today" at 11 a-m. we'll randomly pick eight winners. it's a prize worth 68- dollars. for more information on the october 15th "gifts to the community" event -- go to fox6now- dot- com and search "gifts." happening right now in houston texas. police say the suspect was shot by officers. this is a live look at the scene. emergency crews are staging at a strip mall... and police have also taped off a nearby apartment complex. houston police have also confirmed several people were shot by a suspect -- but the exact number or extent of their injuries is not known. the victims are being taken to the hospital. this is a
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continue to update you as we get more information. behind yesterdays cold front, we have cooled down noticeably. highs today will stay in the upper 60s. we expect a strong breeze from the west at 10-20mph and gusts into low slips back into our area. temperatures continue to cool with overnight lows in the 40s and day time highs in the low 60s. we stay cooler than average through the week and only get back to near normal by friday and into the weekend. today: breezy and cooler.
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wind: w 10-25 mph tonight: t-storms ending. low: 46 dewpoint: 43 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with showers likely by the afternoon. high: 62 dewpoint: 43 wind: wnw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. am low: dewpoint: 49 wind: ne 5-15 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 66 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 49 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. slight
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high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: ne 5-10 mphbehind yesterdays cold front, we have cooled down noticeably. highs today will stay in the upper 60s. we expect a strong breeze from the west at 10-20mph and gusts into the 30s. showers return on tuesday as th temperatures continue to cool with overnight lows in the 40s and day time highs in the low 60s. we stay cooler than average through the week and only get back to near normal by friday and into the weekend. today: breezy and cooler. winds get
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mph tonight: t-storms ending. low: 46 dewpoint: 43 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with showers likely by the afternoon. high: 62 dewpoint: 43 wind: wnw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. am low: 47 high: 62 dewpoint: 49 wind: ne 5-15 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 66 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 49 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. slight chance of showers. am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: 5- down in racine, the art museum is preparing for it's annual bash. and this year's fundraiser combines pirates with a at the racine masonic center
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cars,what decisions are you comfortable entrusting to a computer? how about financial advice? new digital platforms can manage your portfolio and charge less than a human financial adviser. in tonight's contact 6 report, jenna sachs examines whether its time for you to make the switch to a robo- adviser. when allison cohen began investing, she opened an account, with a robo- adviser ... a relatively new breed of online financial advisers that
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recommend investments for you, for a fraction of the cost of a human adviser. "it didnt feel old or stodgy or conservative. it felt really on the cutting edge of the future of investing." cohen is not alone. consumer reports says robo-advisers have become big business. "robo-advisers manage an estimated 53 billion dollars --and that number is expected to grow to between five and seven trillion dollars in players include companies like wealthfront and betterment. asset-management giant schwab is also getting into the game. but experts at consumer reports say going robo requires a fair amount of faith in the technology. especially in a rocky market. "theres no real track record. robo services havent been around that long --and havent been tested in a true bear market." plus, robos dont account for
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prioritize several financial goals. should you pay down debt or save more? nor can it help you navigate tricky financial situations like divorce or saving for college or handling the finances of an aging parent. still, for someone like allison cohen, a robo-adviser could be the way to go, particularly as a way to jump into the market. deciding between a costlier human adviser and a cheaper computer solution depends on a variety of factors, including your financial circumstances, your reaction to ris developed technology. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. proof that it pays to be honest! after the break-- the rewards one woman is enjoying after finding money in her pizza box. plus-- we are just hours away from tonight's presidential debate. we'll hear from those on both sides of the aisle and what they expect heading into the debate. and also at 8-- a bid for a government contract could bring a huge boost to the wisconsin job market. the details of the plan and when we can expect to hear more from
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could soon be coming to mcdonalds... the fast food chain will begin test- marketing in the tulsa, oklahoma area today. they'll feature two mcgriddle cakes -- or an egg-and-cheese mcmuffin. if successful -- mcdonalds could roll out the breakfast happy meals nationwide next year. the breakfast options would be the first entree item added to the happy meal menu in more than 3 decades. a woman in california had ordered some lunch from domino's pizza-- but instead found a different kind of dough inside her box. "i was like, i can't keep it, it's a crazy amount of money, it's not like it's $20 you find, you know. it's almost $5,000." when the woman opened the box-- she found nearly five-thousand dollars that was supposed to go to the bank. eventually, she got in touch with corporate, who connected her with the franchise owner. as a reward, she'll be getting free pizza for an entire year. and her employer is giving her one week off with pay for her
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september-- people head to polls for early voting. what you need to know if you want to cast your vote before the

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